Literatur über IPBES

Hier finden Sie eine Übersicht wissenschaftlicher Publikationen zu IPBES:

2017

  • Bridgewater, P. 2017. The intergovernmental platform for biodiversity and ecosystem services (IPBES)–a role for heritage? International Journal of Heritage Studies 23 no. 1: 65-73.
  • Dee, L.E., S. Allesina, A. Bonn, A. Eklöf, S.D. Gaines, J. Hines, U. Jacob, E. McDonald-Madden, H. Possingham, M. Schröter, and R.M. Thompson. 2017. Operationalizing Network Theory for Ecosystem Service Assessments. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 no. 2: 118-130.
  • Desrousseaux, M., J.S. Kotiaho, and F. Kohler. 2017. Are Soils Taken into Consideration by the IPBES Assessment on Land Degradation and Restoration? International Yearbook of Soil Law and Policy 2016: 165-177.
  • Duvic-Paoli, L. 2017. The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services or the Framing of Scientific Knowledge within the Law of Sustainable Development. International Community Law Review.
  • Esguerra, A., S. Beck, and R. Lidskog. 2017. Stakeholder Engagement in the Making: IPBES’ Legitimation Politics. Global Environmental Politics 17 no. 1: 59-76.
  • Hof, C., M. Winter, S. Hotes, and L. Opgenoorth. 2017. It’s not (all) about the money — supporting IPBES through challenging times. Frontiers of Biogeography 9 no. 1: 1-3.
  • Jonsson, B.G., A. Báldi, and C. Lundquist. 2017. The Intergovernmental Science Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)—A Global Model for Biodiversity Conservation. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. Elsevier.
  • Kok, M.T.J., K. Kok, G.D. Peterson, R. Hill, J. Agard, and S.R. Carpenter. 2017. Biodiversity and ecosystem services require IPBES to take novel approach to scenarios. Sustainability Science 12 no. 1: 177-181.
  • Löfmarck, E., and R. Lidskog. 2017. Bumping against the boundary: IPBES and the knowledge divide. Environmental Science & Policy 69 no.: 22-28.
  • Montana, J. 2017. Accommodating consensus and diversity in environmental knowledge production: Achieving closure through typologies in IPBES. Environmental Science & Policy 68: 20-27., doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.11.011
  • Obermeister, N. 2017. From dichotomy to duality: Addressing interdisciplinary epistemological barriers to inclusive knowledge governance in global environmental assessments. Environmental Science & Policy 68: 80-86.
  • Oubenal, M., M. Hrabanski, and D. Pesche. 2017. IPBES, an inclusive institution? Challenging the integration of stakeholders in a science-policy interface. Ecology and Society 22 no. 1.
  • Pascual, U., P. Balvanera, S. Díaz, G. Pataki, E. Roth, M. Stenseke, R.T. Watson, E. Başak Dessane, M. Islar, E. Kelemen, V. Maris, M. Quaas, S.M. Subramanian, H. Wittmer, A. Adlan, S. Ahn, Y.S. Al-Hafedh, E. Amankwah, S.T. Asah, P. Berry, A. Bilgin, S.J. Breslow, C. Bullock, D. Cáceres, H. Daly-Hassen, E. Figueroa, C.D. Golden, E. Gómez-Baggethun, D. González-Jiménez, J. Houdet, H. Keune, R. Kumar, K. Ma, P.H. May, A. Mead, P. O’Farrell, R. Pandit, W. Pengue, R. Pichis-Madruga, F. Popa, S. Preston, D. Pacheco-Balanza, H. Saarikoski, B.B. Strassburg, M. van den Belt, M. Verma, F. Wickson, and N. Yagi. 2017. Valuing nature’s contributions to people: the IPBES approach. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27: 7-16.
  • Schmeller, D.S., J. Niemelä, and P. Bridgewater. 2017. The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES): getting involved. Biodiversity and Conservation: 1-5.
  • Tengö, M., R. Hill, P. Malmer, C.M. Raymond, M. Spierenburg, F. Danielsen, T. Elmqvist, and C. Folke. 2017. Weaving knowledge systems in IPBES, CBD and beyond—lessons learned for sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26–27: 17-25.

2016

  • Arpin, I., M. Barbier, G. Ollivier, and C. Granjou. 2016. Institutional entrepreneurship and techniques of inclusiveness in the creation of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. Ecology and Society 21 no. 4: 10.

  • Berbés-Blázquez, M., J.A. González, and U. Pascual. 2016. Towards an ecosystem services approach that addresses social power relations. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19 no.: 134-143.
  • DeClerck, F. 2016. IPBES: Biodiversity central to food security. Nature 531 no. 7594: 305-305.
  • Esguerra, A., S. Beck, and R. Lidskog. 2016. Stakeholder Engagement in the Making: IPBES Legitimization Politics. Global Environmental Politics 17 no. 1: 59-76.
  • Heffernan, O.. 2016. Major biodiversity panel desperately seeks social scientists. Nature, 21. April 2016, doi:10.1038/nature.2016.1977
  • Hrabanski, M., and D. Pesche. 2016. The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES): Meeting the challenge of biodiversity conservation and governance: Routledge.
  • Kok, M.T., K. Kok, G.D. Peterson, R. Hill, J. Agard, and S.R. Carpenter. 2016. Biodiversity and ecosystem services require IPBES to take novel approach to scenarios. Sustainability Science 12 no. 1: 177–181.
  • Kovács, E.K., and G. Pataki. 2016. The participation of experts and knowledges in the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). Environmental Science & Policy 57: 131-139.
  • Larigauderie, A., Stenseke, Watson, M.R.T. 2016. Biodiversity Assessments: IPBES reaches out to social scientists. Nature 532, 313, doi:10.1038/532313c
  • Livoreil, B., Geijzendorffer, I., Pullin, A.S., Schindler, S., Vandewalle, M.,  Nesshöver, C. 2016. Biodiversity knowledge synthesis at the European scale: actors and steps. Biodiversity and Conservation 25: 1269-1284. doi: 10.1007/s10531-016-1143-5
  • Maier, D. S., & Feest, A. 2016. The IPBES Conceptual Framework: An Unhelpful Start. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29 no. 2: 327-347.
  • Morin, J. F., Louafi, S., Orsini, A., & Oubenal, M. 2016. Boundary Organizations in Regime Complexes: A Social Network Profile of IPBES. Journal of International Relations and Development 63: 1-35.

  • Nesshöver, C., M. Vandewalle, H. Wittmer, E.V. Balian, E. Carmen, I.R. Geijzendorffer, C. Görg, R. Jongman, B. Livoreil, L. Santamaria, S. Schindler, J. Settele, I. Sousa Pinto, K. Török, J. van Dijk, A.D. Watt, J.C. Young, and K.P. Zulka. 2016. The Network of Knowledge approach: improving the science and society dialogue on biodiversity and ecosystem services in Europe. Biodiversity and Conservation 25 no. 7: 1215-1233.
  • Rankovic, A., Aubert, P.M., Lapeyre, R., Laurans, Y., Treyer, S. 2016. IPBES after Kuala Lumpur: Assessing knowledge on underlying causes of biodiversity loss is needed. Policy Briefs, N° 5/2016.
  • Reuter, K., Timpte, M., Neßhöver, C. 2016. Disciplinary balance. How to engange social scientists in IPBES. Nature, 531, 173. doi:10.1038/531173c
  • Schmeller, D.S., and P. Bridgewater. 2016. The Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES): progress and next steps. Biodiversity and Conservation 25 no. 5: 801-805.
  • Tremblay, M., M. Vandewalle, and H. Wittmer. 2016. Ethical challenges at the science-policy interface: an ethical risk assessment and proposition of an ethical infrastructure. Biodiversity and Conservation 25 no. 7: 1253-1267.
  • Vadrot, A.B.M., Jetzkowitz, J., Stringer, L. 2016. Social Sciences. IPBES disciplinary gaps still gaping. Nature, 530, 160. doi:10.1038/530160b

 

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